Something is Eternal

by Richard Henry Orndorff



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/8/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 306
ISBN : 9781663256454
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 306
ISBN : 9781663256447

About the Book

This work is a hypothetically dialogue on how the eternal world might seem for someone recently dead, using me, the author pretending-to-be-recently-dead, confronted with a First Greeter, an intelligent and empathetic Spirit Guide named Amorella. This work is for the purpose of challenging the Reader’s reasoning and contemplation about how it is permanently moving on. Amorella has been my creative spirit guide since the early 1980s, and she has been in my earlier published novels with iUniverse. The dialogue is candid. Amorella gives me questions to show who I am now that I am a heartansoulanmind and nothing more. I am who I am; Amorella is who she is and has been as my silent creative companion for the last forty years. Faces of the dead are visible to one another; their heartsansoulsanminds are dressed as their faces, as they were in life. One’s spiritual face masks shows intellect and emotion. The spirit mask appears young, old, or in between, whatever the nondeceptive heartansoulanmind shows. Deception is a basic need in life, not spiritual existence. I, the Amorella and Spirit Guide, see Richard as a naked heartansoulanmind. There isn't any more of Richard left, only his straightforward humanity, his outer soul, and his personality through and through. Richard's setting is quite reasonable for one who is recently been declared dead by one such as myself. Someday you will be recently dead, and someone like me, the Amorella, may show up and appear out of black. You may sense a voice kindly saying, “Hello, I am your Spirit Guide and will help in your recent transformation from a physical/spiritual being into a spirit being, similar to myself, though you were born, lived and died. I am here when you feel the need of companionship or assistance.”

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